The Human Right Monitoring Agenda (HURMA) has testified to the outstanding performance of Honorable Salawudeen Hammed a.k.a Dullar during his last 4 years in office as the chairman of Somolu Local Government. The victory was said to be massively testified to by the people in the local government as expressed at the last local government election.
According to a congratulatory letter written to the council Boss on his victory, and signed by the Executive Director of HURMA Global Resource Initiative, the Human Right office also encouraged the new administration to unite with other factions within the community for better performance for the sake of the poor masses.
The letter reads in part:
“On behalf of the Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA), I write to celebrate the Executive Chairman with all elected members of the legislative council and as well the general people of Somolu Local Government, on the re-election of Dullar as the chairman of our Local Government.
“The outcome of the election is a confirmation both of the perfect will of Almighty God and of the irrefutable choice of Somolu Local Government people owing, among other reasons to the fact that your outstanding performance during the last government, reinforce the confidence of the people in your genuity and dedication to serve, rather than a means to exploit.
“Sir, competent and committed leadership is what people care for world over. You are no doubt a model of this kind of leadership and your victory shows that during the last election, the people of Somolu overwhelmingly voted for you with conviction from your past performance and therefore no amount of opposition can contest that mandate.
“Our campaign since the conclusion of the election has been encouraging all political caucuses and factions both within and outside your choice of party, to unite and give all necessary support to your government for the general good of the masses.
“Finally as a human rights group committed to equity and justice in its service to humanity with the ultimate objective of ensuring a just society where rule of law reign supreme other than rule of force, we pledge our unreserved support through regular critique and close monitoring in order to ensure a better regime with transparency and accountability to the electorate.”
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